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THE ART OF MAKEUP WITH RAASHI WALLIA

Raashi Wallia is the dynamic personality behind Raashi’s Makeup Studio, a glamorous makeup service provider that expedites in exceptional looks to make every woman – young or mature, independent or bridal – look her most sophisticated and gorgeous self, no matter the occasion! Boasting of advanced makeup training accolades from the auspices of one of India’s prestigious makeup academies – Fatmu, in Mumbai – Raashi’s approach to makeup is tell-tale of her professional training background. ‘Makeup all about using the right products on the right skins to bring out natural beauty’, she says. ‘I believe in revitalizing beauty to make my clients feel as flawless as they look.’

Impressed by the professional experience harboured by this young artist, Bride & Groom decided to have a meetup with Raashi and learn more about her services and the looks she specialises in for bridal and evening makeup to inspire our beloved readers into walking into her glamourous studio! Read on and enjoy, and don’t forget to let us know of your thoughts and comments at
info@brideandgroomoman.com.

Your work is exemplary in style. How do you decide on a bride’s look?

It’s rather simple! The look depends on the bride’s outfit and jewellery. This has always helped me in deciding what look to pick for the bride, so that she looks her most extraordinarily beautiful self on the special day!

Then of course, you might have brides who insist on having a certain style of makeup.

Yes, it’s not uncommon. However it is always better to have clarity with the bride and help her decide on the look that will suit her the most. I pay attention to her face and eye shape, and of course, the colour scheme. It is rewarding to work with brides and assist them in choosing the colours and textures that enhance their features and avoiding those that dull down the face.

Current makeup trends must be the most popular request for makeup looks then!

Of course! The current bridal makeup trend for 2017 is minimalistic, with a dewy, healthy complexion and highlight on the high points of the face. The other most popular trend and my own personal favourite colour for the eyes this season is Rosegold. Simply dabbing this colour on the centre of the eyelid completes the look, along with a pair of flattering eyelashes. This is usually paired with a deep maroon or magenta-crimson lip.

How different is it to create an Indian bridal look and an international bridal look?

Skin tones and undertones are the biggest difference in creating the perfect base. There is variation in choosing makeup amongst Indian and international brides: international brides lean towards natural/neutral makeup looks, whereas Indian brides prefer a shimmery, bold colour alongside the neutrality of face makeup

Tell us about your favourite tools to create a photo-finish look!.

My blender! Whether it is to blend foundation, or simply dab on some cream, I cannot do without my blender. The other product I swear by is the Urban Decay De-Slick Makeup Setting Spray: this is what completes the look and makes sure it lasts as long as possible.

Any tips for brides when it comes to looking their most radiant?

Take it easy, and bring down your stress levels! Everything else will fall into place immediately. Beautiful, wide-awake eyes are a must, as is a fresh, fully rested, healthy complexion. So look after yourself!

Phone: 0091 9930464054
Email: raashi.wallia@hotmail.com

Facebook: makeupbyraashiwallia
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